Databac has announced that it will will be demonstrating a range of contactless and biometric solutions for access control, time & attendance, logical access and asset management at the Salón Internacional de la Seguridad, March 2-5 in Madrid.
Among these will be Databac’s line of UHF Gen2 cards, boasting a read range of more than three meters, and the company’s slimline “vandal-proof” 125Khz / 13.56Mhz RFID card/tag and biometric readers.
For logical security, Databac will show Fujitsu’s PalmSecure (palm vein) desktop logon scanner, HID-on-the-Desktop Windows logon solutions and Omnikey readers for use with the new Spanish ID smart card (DNI).
To address security concerns about the use of contactless cards and passports, Databac will show a range of FIPS 201-approved card holders from Identity Stronghold. These protect Mifare, UHF and other contactless credentials from being read or cloned and prevent invasive communications such as relaying, eavesdropping, cloning and tracking of ID, debit and credit cards.
Besides RF and biometric technologies, Databac will also focus on visitor management. With the company’s electronic visitor systems, visitor data can be captured automatically from a DNI or other card using Databac’s new ID card / passport scanner. This is imported directly into the software and a card or paper pass is printed.
A range of cards, card printers and card accessories, including environmentally-friendly card holders, lanyards and clips, will also be on display.